sorry I couldn't resist...
...to make an exemple from a league September ranking which considers more the performance of the drivers than in GPL World Ranking.
How works the ranking procedere?
There are four factors (a*b*c*d):
a: The normal 67 score
1th = 9 (minimum 5 participants)
2th = 6 (minimum 5 participants)
3th = 4 (minimum 5 participants)
4th = 3 (minimum 7 participants)5th = 2 (minimum 9 participants)
6th = 1 (minimum 11 participants)
The same like in Rookie4evers World Ranking,
b: Leagues with one grid gets factor 4. Leagues with two grids gets factor 6 for the first grid and factor 1 for the last grid.
In case league uses PRO mode or doesn't allow ShiftR outside of the pits factor b will be increases by one.
You find this value on the right of the name of the league.
c: The number of participants, because ist harder to win a race with 18 participants than with 6 ones. You find it on the right of the race date.
d: A chassis factor:
Lotus = 1.0
Ferrari = 1.5
Brabham = 1.8
Cooper = 2.2
Honda = 2.3
BRM = 2.5
You find it between the race score and the total bold rank score.
Only 67 leagues are used, because with MODs it's unpossible to use a chassis factor.
At the moment only
For all drivers only the best two races are used.
Edit 13/11/2019: Factor b is changed. Now non ShiftR leagues (or leagues that prohibit ShiftR outside of the pits) gets a better coefficient, because it's harder to win many race in PRO mode.
Edited by Olaf Lehmann, Oct 13 2019 - 10:53 AM.